Malaysian High Commission in Bandar Seri Begawan

Tel.   : (+673) (2) 381 095
Fax   : (+673) (2) 381 278
Email   : [email protected]
Website   :

Please Note:

Visits to the Malaysian High Commission in Bandar Seri Begawan are strictly by appointment. For specific services, visitors must visit the designated section at the embassy and book an appointment accordingly on the email addresses mentioned above. For instance, if you want to apply for consular services, you should visit the Consular Section.

Consular Services:

The Malaysian High Commission in Bandar Seri Begawan offers a wide range of consular services, including the processing of visas and passports and document legalization. To apply for a new passport, renew your old passport, want to change the particulars on your current passport, or need to report about a lost or damaged passport, book an appointment with the high commission's passport service

These consulate services are listed below:

  • Process passport applications
  • Process visa applications
  • Legalization of documents
  • Issuing emergency travel documents
  • Power of attorney
  • Birth Certificate
  • Application forms
  • Authentication of documents

Visa types granted by Malaysia are;

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Malaysia and Brunei Relations-

The Malaysia and Brunei enjoy cordial bilateral relations. The high commission's diplomatic mission's mandate is to forge stronger and closer ties between the two countries. Pursuing bilateral and multilateral cooperation in diverse sectors, including culture, defense, tourism, trade and investments, science and technology, security, and other fields while safeguarding mutual benefits, is vital for their relations. The countries are cooperating to resolve global issues like climate change, piracy, terrorism, cybersecurity, etc. The Malaysia is the most important source market for tourism in Brunei.

Latest Comments

Dr Sajid

E visa is possible only for visitors by air flights. It would be great if the security would allow residents of Brunei to approach consular services for those who wish to cross land borders, irrespective of the nationality. Hope the consulate will kindly consider this suggestion. It would also be great if the consulate would consider appointment by email or telephone. Today I came at 9AM .The security refused entry, advising to apply for visa online. When I telephoned consualr services they advise me to come on Monday early morning. But will the security allow entry?!!

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